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Israel Innovation Authority, Thomas Jefferson University Partner on Healthcare Startup Competition

Israel Innovation Authority, Thomas Jefferson University Partner on Healthcare Startup Competition

As part of the competition, the two institutes will award four Israeli companies grants for healthcare-related research and development

Adi Pick  :  2019-02-18T09:08:07..
The Israel Innovation Authority, the Israeli government’s investment arm, has partnered with Pennsylvania-based Thomas Jefferson University (TJU) to launch a $1 million healthcare innovation competition, the former announced Sunday. Winners will be announced in December.

As part of the competition, the two institutes will award four Israeli companies grants for healthcare-related research and development. The companies will also have access to TJU’s care, ambulatory, urgent care, and rehabilitation staff and operations, and will be able to test their concepts in a TJU living laboratory.

The project is a result of the newly established Jefferson Israel Center, a venture the university set up to increase collaborations with academic institutes and companies in Israel.

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